BVSc MVetClinStud FANZCVS (Feline Medicine)
Sue Foster is a Fellow of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists and a registered specialist in feline medicine. However, her interests span many areas of small animal medicine in both cats and dogs. Sue worked in private mixed practice before doing specialist training and a Masters in Veterinary Clinical Studies (on adrenal function in dogs) at the University of Sydney (1995-1999). She has lectured at Murdoch University (2000-2003) and also at the University of Sydney (as a visiting scholar, 2004). Sue has numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals and has also contributed to chapters in medicine and infectious disease textbooks. She has presented scientific papers both nationally and internationally and regularly contributes to continuing education seminars and conferences. Sue lives in Western Australia and is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor in Small Animal Medicine at Murdoch University (Western Australia) and a medical consultant for Vetnostics (Sydney, Brisbane) and ASAP (Melbourne). She is also spokesperson for Vets Against Live Export (VALE).